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hi, need to know more informattion about fault, ie regularity, etc, but possible conditions exist so try these first.
1, check that there is a timer function on the tv and verify that it is NOT set to turn the tv on at a paticular time.
2 take a battery out of the remote and see that the problem stops
This answer is not specific to Dell, sort of a general answer but should work on your system.
Shut down your computer and make the connections between your computers s-video out and the tv s-video input. Leave your monitor attatched or you won't see anything. Also turn on the tv so that it's working.
Start the computer up and let if finish doing it's startup, it may find the connection on it's own, but probably not. Once the computer has started up and it has nothing else to startup, then right click on thre screen, bring up your display, go into the advanced tab, and from here you will have to do some hunting, what you are looking for is the output section, since from here you will have to tell the computer what is on the s-video output, ie crt, plasma, lcd. Once you have that you should be good to go.
I don't know where it is in your computer software but it should be in there someplace.
Usually you need to connect your LCD TV to the laptop and then restart your laptop and in the meantime keep the TV on. It will recognize it automatically.
if this didn't work you need to go to the graphic card setting by Righ-Click on your desktop background > Properties > Settings
and make the right setup.
Most universal remotes work on a small portion of TVs in the market place. And if it does work, they are limited. Because the universal remote cannot control the full functions of the TV.
Like menus, screen modes,close captions, and etc.
Best thing to have is the original remote.
If you need to find one, let me know. I know a few good web sites. I just need the model number of your TV.
I hope I answered your questions. Please rate me. :)
You must redirect the video output from the laptop screen to the TV.
It usually takes a keystroke combination, depending on your laptop it is hold the FN(function) key(lower left on keyboard close to the Ctrl and Alt key) and press on of the F1-F12 keys on top of keyboard.
You can try one combination at a time until it switches.
Your FN key may have a Flying Windows icon and the F1-F12 key may have a TV icon on it.
Let me know if you get it working and please rate this solution.